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Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 2009
Version: 2009-06-24
Length: 9 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

In late May 2009, Albert Bohemier, CEO of Survival Systems Limited (SSL), located in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, paced the deck of the training pool at Survival Training Simulation Theatre wondering how best to transition the company to new leadership. During the past five years, attempts at succession planning had been unsuccessful. As the leader of the company for over 25 years, Bohemier was ready to retire, but there were many aspects of succession planning to consider. Bohemier''s personal criteria for incoming leadership were threefold: it had to be good for SSL''s existing clients, a positive move for the company as a whole and good for the current team.
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Abstract

In late May 2009, Albert Bohemier, CEO of Survival Systems Limited (SSL), located in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, paced the deck of the training pool at Survival Training Simulation Theatre wondering how best to transition the company to new leadership. During the past five years, attempts at succession planning had been unsuccessful. As the leader of the company for over 25 years, Bohemier was ready to retire, but there were many aspects of succession planning to consider. Bohemier''s personal criteria for incoming leadership were threefold: it had to be good for SSL''s existing clients, a positive move for the company as a whole and good for the current team.

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Location:
Size:
Medium
Other setting(s):
2009

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